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Chris Harrison and Carrie Ann Inaba will be back on the red carpet covering the music industry's biggest night at the 2010 Grammy Awards. The Bachelor and Hollywood 411 host Harrison told which performers he's rooting for, who his best-dressed picks from the Golden Globes were, and how he's a U2 "psycho fan." Are you excited to host the Grammys red carpet this Sunday?
Harrison: I love the Grammys for the people I don't normally get to talk to like Jay-Z and Beyonce, Keri Hilson, Lady Antebellum. On one carpet you're going to have Jay Z standing next to Taylor Swift standing next to Eminem standing next to U2 or Coldplay so it's really cool. Which record of the year are you rooting for?
Harrison: I would narrow it down to Taylor Swift and Kings of Leon. I really think Kings of Leon should get it, they really did create an anthem and that is a phenomenal album, but if not, Taylor Swift. In a year where record sales and units are down, this girl is just killing it.

See photos from the 2009 Grammy red carpet arrivals Who were your best dressed picks from the Golden Globes?
Harrison: Olivia Wilde was our first guest, and she knocked it out of the park. Mickey Rourke's girlfriend did pretty well, that was hysterical. Cameron Diaz, who you know she always has it in her so she should always look beautiful, but I thought she killed it. Any embarrassing moments from that night?
Harrison: I don't know if it's embarrassing or just a gushing thing, but I had one rule on the red carpet and that was if Bono or the Edge appear than I get to interview them. I am an unabashed, ridiculously psycho fan of U2 — By far the greatest rock 'n' roll band of all time. So Edge shows up and I don't know how the signals got crossed but he ends up with Carrie Ann Inaba. I literally unhooked my stuff and went down and hijacked the interview. Honestly, I'm never a gushy fan, I just wanted to talk to him about his music and what's coming up next for them, not because I really cared if anybody at home wanted to know — that was an interview for me. ... For most everything else, I'm like, what would people at home want to know, but with the Edge it didn't matter.

See red carpet hits and misses from the 2010 Golden Globes So it's safe to say if Bono walks by you on Sunday, that interview is yours.
Harrison: Carrie Ann and I will be together on the carpet but yeah, from now on I don't think anyone will be confused about who gets to interview U2.

Watch Live at the Grammy Awards with Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison, Sunday, Jan. 31, at 6/5c on TV Guide Network, and watch live fashion cam video of all the red carpet arrivals on starting at 6 ET/3 PT.